November 4, 2012 at 8:56 pm #159407PriceofMagicParticipant
Maleficent’s moving on seemed to be to go after the original sleeping beauty’s daughter.[adrotate group="5"]
All magic comes with a price!Keeper of FelixNovember 4, 2012 at 9:09 pm #159411daybreak_fairyParticipant
So maybe her chance of happiness was the opportunity to get revenge on the daughter. OK, so I guess that in FTL these people are just destined (force) to think that happiness can only be achieved by destroying/taking someone else’s. That is just so sad.November 5, 2012 at 5:24 am #159527antbeeParticipant
Okay, more than ever, I believe that there is something up with the Blue Fairy. Since Bae obviously isn’t the one to have told August about the Dagger, it must have been the Blue Fairy which means she’s had her memories all along.
This means she could have easily been behind bringing Henry to Storybrooke and making sure that Emma fulfilled her destiny.November 5, 2012 at 2:50 pm #159604TheGoldenKeyParticipant
AntBee, she definitely had all her memories. That is why K&H said her curse was to be a nun who wanted to help people but was unable to because she lost her magic. Implies that she KNOWS she lost her magic, thus having all her memories. Yes, I believe she followed Bae’s whereabouts at all times. I believe that she manipulated the adoption and had outside assistance from August. Gold may have procured Henry for Reggie but Blue set the whole thing up without Gold knowing.
However, I will never believe that Blue is bad. As much as she has a snotty little attitude, she represents good in this story.
Keeper of Pandora's Box & The Yellow Brick Road.November 5, 2012 at 3:02 pm #159609melliemdParticipant
I don’t think she represents good, she herself doesn’t believe that. She believes she represents “right”, which to me… Leans more towards her representing Destiny or Fate. Which makes August having her as a contact at this point in his life make total sense. She is pushing him to ensure that everything goes according to The Plan. She can’t leave Storybrooke and can’t push what has been written in the stars onto Emma herself, but luckily she has a literal puppet to do it for her.November 6, 2012 at 7:08 am #159750GrimmsisterParticipant
Can we connect her to the clocks in storybrook in eny way, with the time standing still/ticking away nearing the end… and I’m not sure… just had a thought that there is something about that. The cafeteria being the meeting place of town, the nerve, or an image of Fairytaleland with the forestwallpaper. Over the counter is the clock and around it is a glowing blue ring- so im thinking eary blue star hanging over fairytaleland ?
I know im sort of weaving a story here, but I like it 🙂 Iw’ll look in to it somemore.
Plus- first time we se her chronologically is when Jiminy wishes upon a star, we se a star hanging in the sky, and then it comes down as the blue fairy.March 3, 2013 at 11:08 pm #176531stefParticipant
I hope it’s OK to bump older threads.
I have had similar thoughts since the beginning. The new story elements introduced with the Giants also make me wonder what the Blue Fairy was talking about, with respect to magic beans that “got away” from the fairies.
Did the Giants suspect something, and stop trading with the fairies?
Worse yet, did the fairies collude with Jack and the “bad twin” Prince to attack the Giants’ realm? 😥
Also, medchen, your quote from Yeats in relation to the movie A.I. gave me shivers. That is one of my favorite movies. And if I recall from A.I., the Blue Fairy at the end of A.I. was an illusion, some kind of hologram made by the highly-advanced robots.
[edited for spelling and forgetfulness]March 5, 2013 at 9:32 pm #177422RumplesGirlKeymaster
Totally freaking out cause Adam tweeted me and answered my question. We may be really wrong about Blue after all…."He was a lot of things to me" "The only conclusion was love"March 6, 2013 at 9:03 am #177526tombo671Participant
I’m really starting to like the idea of TBF being a future villain.March 6, 2013 at 10:14 am #177536MyrilParticipant
Just wondering: Some call the Blue Fairy the “ultimate power”. Now I can remember she was called in the show the “original power” (episode 1×19 The Return), but that is not the same. So need a little help here: Was the Blue Fairy called “ultimate power” anytime on the show? If in which episode. Or what scene(s), doings, moments of her or what was said about the Blue Fairy made us call her the “ultimate power”?
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